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Activision’s remastered name Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy will be getting a brand-new level after this month, but there’s something else heading into the platforming name.

The brand new level that is arriving to Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is Future Tense. This degree has been designed by Vicarious Visions and will include an excess layer of difficulty to Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped‘s potential world. Rockets need to be dodged, robots ruined, and lasers prevented while Crash makes his way up a futuristic skyscraper.

This Future Tense level pays homage to an unreleased Waterfall level from the first Crash Bandicoot game. Players will visit Crash and Coco being able to discover hidden areas around the degree as well as sudden moments, like a more Death Route. Future Tense is going to have the ability to be accessed through a new platform in the Warp Room of their Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped place and could be performed at any stage regardless of game development.

Also as Future Tense’s arrival to Crash Bandicoot: N.Sane Trilogy a bonus level called Stormy Ascent is now accessible from launching on the 29th June for people getting the name on new platforms. But, those who already own the name on PS4 that was released last year can download this bonus amount starting from tomorrow. It’ll be free and available from the PlayStation Store.

You may have a look at the launch preview for Future Tense below. We already heard news will be teased for its title, and after it’s initial launch onto PS4 is forced it in the number 1 place in UK sales for four successive weeks and then returning to around that whole around six months at number one. The most recent remaster from Activision is your upcoming Spyro Reignited Trilogy.

It’s accessible on PS4 already.

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